Full-time enrollment for fall and spring semester is determined as:
All students are expected to maintain the minimum credits required in order to maintain their immigration status. Hybrid and ASU Immersion courses will be considered in-person courses. For the fall 2022 semester, all ASU Sync classes are considered online courses and no longer count toward in-person enrollment. iCourses will still be considered online courses. In-person credits are required throughout the entire semester. Full-time enrollment for fall and spring semester is determined as:
|Academic level||Minimum credits required||Minimum in-person credits*|
|Undergraduate student||12 credit hours||9 credit hours|
|Graduate student||9 credit hours||6 credit hours|
|Graduate student with an assistantship (TA, RA or GSA)||6 credit hours||3 credit hours|
*Due to the nature of ASU’s fall 2022 semester learning modalities, students are required to reside in the Phoenix area in order to maintain a physical presence. As a reminder, USCIS regulations state that F-1 and J-1 students must update their local U.S. or SEVIS address within 10 days of moving. If you need to update your addresses, please do so on My ASU.
Enrolling in an iCourse may not be permitted or may be limited by some government-sponsored programs. If you are a government-sponsored student, make sure that have approval from your sponsor to take iCourses or ASU Sync classes before registering.
Acceptable enrollment session combinations
Each semester, ASU offers courses in:
Session A (first session)
Session B (second session)
Session C (full semester)
Dynamic date (DYN)
In-person credits are required throughout the entire semester.
How to maintain full-time enrollment
Enroll full-time by the first day of the semester.
If you will be taking session B courses as part of your full-time enrollment, you must register for the session B courses before the first day of the semester (not the first day of the session).
Audited courses do not count toward full-time enrollment requirements.
If needed, swap courses instead of dropping and adding to avoid falling below full-time enrollment.